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sabertooth-raccoon:

» “My son.” Hades’s tone was almost gentle. “Whatever happens, you have earned my respect. You brought honor to our house when we stood together against Kronos in Manhattan. You risked my wrath to help the Jackson boy— guiding him to the River Styx, freeing him from my prison, pleading with me to raise the armies of Erebos to assist him. Never before have I been so harassed by one of my sons. Percy this and Percy that. I nearly blasted you to cinders.

My point is this: you and I rose to the aid of Olympus because you convinced me to let go of my anger. I would encourage you to do likewise. My children are so rarely happy. I… I would like to see you be an exception.”

Nico’s friends are always there to remind him that shadows are no longer his only solace.

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~Saber

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mutant and proud

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mryuzyorker:

  • Memory MONDAY
  • Take Me Back TUESDAY
  • Wayback WEDNESDAY
  • Throwback THURSDAY
  • Flashback FRIDAY
  • Send Me Back SATURDAY
  • So Far Behind SUNDAY

Pagbigyan! Maipilit lang ‘yang mukha mong kahapon lang kinuha pero  pang-paleolithic.

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DOTA

tawag ng mga British na Tatay sa Anak na Babae

Tags: joke haha

ANG TAO KAPAG MAY PROBLEMA:

yamzkieeers:

NAGSA-SOUND TRIP NA LANG

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SINASAKTAN ANG SARILI

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NANANAKIT NG IBA

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NAGKUKULONG =)

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NAG-IISIP NG SOLUSYON

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NALOLOKA

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NG NALOLOKA

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NG NALOLOKA PA

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ITINUTULOG NA LANG

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NANANAKIT NG DINGDING

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NAGYOYOGA

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WALA SA SARILI KAPAG NASA KALSADA

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NAG UUMEMOTE

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NANINIRA NG GAMIT

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PILIT TUMATAKAS

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NAPOPOSSESS

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NATUTULUYAN

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SAN KA DIYAN?

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theurbankapampangan:

A French writer, J. Mallat, wrote in his book ‘Les Philippines; histoire, géographie, moeurs, agriculture, industrie et commerce des colonies espagnoles dans l’Océanie (1846)’ described the province of Pampanga as the richest and most beautiful in the Philippines, thus, has been dubbed as ‘New Castille’.